Who uses an LCD Enclosure?

LCD enclosures are an affordable method of outdoor digital signage and protecting LCD and plasma screens in harmful environments. There is an assumption that an LCD enclosure is mainly for industrial applications or outdoor use but many other businesses and institutions are using them for a multitude of purposes. Read More

The Most Common Size of LCD Screen?

LCD and plasma screens have now taken over the home entertainment market with flat panel screens now sat in most living rooms. The reason for the obsolescence of CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) is quite obvious. Not only are LCD TV’s a lot cheaper to produce, their design also enable a multitude of different sizes and aspect ratios. Read More

Digital Signage for Churches, Temples, Mosques and Synagogues

Perhaps there is no more important message to get across than the word of God, which is perhaps why more and more religious organisations and buildings are installing digital signage, not just inside the prayer rooms but also outside the place of worship. Read More

LCD Enclosures – All-Weather Protection for Digital Signage

The use of digital signage has been much talked about with the varied applications for the new media seemingly endless. Whilst digital signage has been utilised by retailers since the first LCD and plasma screens hit the market, now other sectors are following suit.

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Using LCD for Digital Signage

LCD TVs (Liquid Crystal Display) are a relatively new concept. While the TV showrooms are full of them and no longer do many manufacturers produce the old CRT (cathode ray tube) devices, they have really only been with us for a few years and it was only last year that LCDs first outsold CRT  (with a 50% share of the 200 million TVs sold worldwide).

However, LCDs have exploded in more places that just our living rooms they are now to be found in a multitude of places from shopping malls, colleges and schools to hospitals, prisons and even the sidewalk.

The use of LCD for digital signage and advertising was a natural step as the technology got cheaper, flatter and more reliable and for the first time TV’s could fit on to walls and take up only as much space as a painting. Read More

Protecting Digital Signage from the Elements

Digital signage is one of the most effective ways of getting a message across. The use of plasma and LCD screens for the purposes of advertising, marketing and information has risen dramatically over the last five years.

LCD and plasmas are now regularly seen in such places as shopping malls, colleges, schools, hospitals, prisons, factories, retail parks and convention centers advertising and information. One area where the use of plasmas and LCDs  has expanded is for outdoor digital signage use with more and more companies realizing the potential of the passing trade from their premises. Read More